It is easy to take the crop circle mystery for granted and to forget the fullness – and sheer strangeness – of the unique and extraordinary journey they have taken us on over the years. In this fresh re-evaluation of circular history, well-known circle and mysteries researcher Andy Thomas explores the development of the amazing designs and the many intriguing and imaginative theories put forward to explain them, whilst also seeing how public attitudes and approaches have been shaped and manipulated by the mainstream media. Yet, the fact is that these intricate shapes which continue to appear in fields each summer still defy total explanation, despite all the scepticism and debate. Overall, this thoughtful and inspiring presentation calls us back to celebrate the fascinating story of the mysterious patterns and the undeniable impact they have had on so many lives, irrespective of what the ultimate answer might be.
Andy Thoms is a leading researcher into unexplained mysteries and is the world’s most prolific writer on crop circles. His many books include the renowned crop circle guide Vital Signs, An Introduction to Crop Circles and the acclaimed The New Heretics, Conspiracies and The Truth Agenda. He also writes on folklore and history and is the author of Christmas: A Short History. Andy regularly organises events on truth and mysteries, including one of Britain’s leading alternative conferences, the Glastonbury Symposium, and he extensively writes and lectures in the UK and around the world. He has made numerous radio and TV appearances on many well-known channels in Britain, the US and abroad. Find out more about Andy’s work at www.truthagenda.org
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